The Marian University TRIO – Upward Bound Math and Science Program (UBMS) is a part of the federally funded TRIO programs, whose purpose is to educate potential first generation college students and/or low income high school students in relation to graduation from high school, transition to college, and the pursuit of post-secondary degrees in mathematics and science. This purpose aligns with the teaching mission of Marian University and fosters relationship with the local and global community. UBMS is designed to serve 60 students from Fond du Lac High School and Horace Mann High School of North Fond du Lac. The UBMS initiative is part of the University’s strategic commitment to prepare and train students for professions that rely on strong foundations in science, math and computer technology.

This program is funded by an annual $250,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Interested in learning more about UBMS at Marian?
Watch a short video, read an article, or download our brochure!

 

UBMS video
Watch to hear why students who participate in the
UBMS program find it so rewarding.

 

UBMS magazine article
The UBMS program is a great asset to
the Marian and Fond du Lac communities.